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If you haven't yet taken out your RAC european breakdown cover call Charlie from RAC on 0800 0726999 choose option 3 and her extension is 33139.

Your need your membership number in your profile, she did me a great deal of only £35 for full comprehensive cover.
 

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Lol!

I know these guys personally, the car that RAC deemed as not having a market value great enough to cover the £500 repatriation fee was an FD RX7. That speaks volumes for anyone traveling with a Skyline imo.
 

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AA euro cover for the win:ylsuper:
 

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AA work on the same principle with the repatriation costs, its just like insurance companies writting off cars, its always gonna be an arguement on value.
 

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the cost of repatriation is around £1,200 apparently, spoke to a chap at RAC today....so if you have a 32 GTST I would strongly suggest you check the car value in Glass's guide!!!

he also quoted me £56! so I will see if I can get hold of charlie on monday
 

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he also quoted me £56! so I will see if I can get hold of charlie on monday
Lisa, they quoted me the same when I phoned them last Monday as Charlie was away. This is the cost for cars over 5 years old apparently. However I declined their offer stating the £35 Bruce was charged and they came back 5 minutes later with a quote of £35.10 which I accepted. As with all insurance offers/quotes never accept the first offer they give you, after all why should you pay more than the next person?
 

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Go with the RAC bud.
 

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Actually not entirely true. Just got a proper quote from them for a car as old as mine. £59.91 or £82.54 to cover parts and labour costs up to £500

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Same as I was quoted for my trip a few weeks ago. I am an AA member but it was cheaper to take the RAC european cover. Cant fault the AA on the odd occasion I have needed their services though.
 

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